Satisfactory evidence

Satisfactory evidence – this legal term finds application in Court Trials. It refers to a strong and indisputable proof that tells what is true and what – not. Parties of the lawsuit and the judge could credit this proof, to enable taking a decision, based on it. And usually measured altogether with the rest of the proofs on the lawsuit. It is likely that the party which presents enough credible pieces of evidence, will win the case.

Example: “They found the knife at the murder scene with the fingerprints of the convicted on it. So it was satisfactory evidence for the prosecution to place charges on the man.”

Synonym of satisfactory evidence is “credible proof”.

See also “relevant proof”

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